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Photo Caption: saddleback puffer, clownfish, yellow tail damsel, longhorned cowfish
35 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - saddleback puffer, clownfish, yellow tail damsel, longhorned cowfish
35 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 35

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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: 35 gal, hexagon old tank
Advice: I'm new, too
Fish Kept: cycling tank: 1 domino, 1 sergeant major, 1 yellowtail damsel, 1 tank raised false percula clown
Corals/Plants: dead coral
Tank Size: 35 gallons
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didnt mean to be harsh or a jerk i just love cow fish and know that thay need alot of room and if they do die they can kill all you other fish with the posion they let off just please think about getting him in a bigger tank its all about makeing them comfortable.it is a beutiful tank fish avatar
u have a 35g tank with fish that are going to dye because it is to small your cow growes to 15plus inches fish avatar

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